2014 News and Announcements

Graduate School Newsletters

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Gammon receives 2014 Faculty Award for Excellence in Doctoral Mentoring

June 10, 2014

Marilie Gammon, professor of epidemiology in UNC-Chapel Hill's Gillings School of Global Public Health, has received the Faculty Award for Excellence in Doctoral Mentoring.

Graduate education at the Capitol: Students share their N.C.-focused discoveries with leaders

May 20, 2014

Graduate education contributes strongly to North Carolina's economy and the well-being of state citizens – and graduate students welcomed their recent opportunity to share their contributions with the North Carolina General Assembly.

Beatley to graduates: 'Foster your own sense of personal amazement and enjoyment at the incredible world you are helping to uncover'

May 20, 2014

Nearly 300 students participated in the Doctoral Hooding Ceremony held 9:30 a.m. May 10 in the Dean E. Smith Center. The ceremony recognizes graduate students receiving their doctoral degrees.

Beginning in fall 2014: Master of Professional Science in Toxicology

May 7, 2014

Beginning this fall, a new UNC-Chapel Hill program will combine advanced coursework in toxicology with a breadth of business fundamentals to produce graduates who are prepared for leadership roles at their workplace.

Dickinson, Liu Receive Boka Hadzija Awards for Commitment to Leadership, Scholarship, Service

April 24, 2014

Alexandra Jazz Dickinson, a doctoral student in chemistry, and Xin Liu, a doctoral student in Romance languages and literatures, have received the 2014 Boka W. Hadzija Award for Distinguished University Service by a Graduate or Professional Student.

Graduate students bring tribal leaders to campus

February 24, 2014

Four American Indian tribal leaders will share their perspectives on "Transformative Leadership: Sovereignty in Action" at a March 6 event. Join us to hear four American Indian leaders discuss their perspectives on issues currently facing Indian Country.

Royster Fellow Will Robin named first-ever 'Scholar-in-Residence'

February 12, 2014

Will Robin, a doctoral student in musicology at UNC-Chapel Hill, will serve as the first-ever Scholar-in-Residence for the North Carolina Symphony, the organization recently announced.

Sustainability scholar, 'Biophilic Cities' author to give 2014 Doctoral Hooding Ceremony address; event will be May 10

January 15, 2014

Timothy Beatley, a pioneering researcher in the field of “green urbanism” and sustainability, will be the keynote speaker for the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's 2014 Doctoral Hooding Ceremony.